Between Monday, March 24, and Monday, March 31, the Summit County Sheriff's Office responded to numerous calls including the following:
Deputies responded to a suspicious vehicle report in the Basin after a man had knocked on the door of a residence to ask for a knife, claiming that someone was after him. When the man was located, he stated that he was "on a mission" to get his girlfriend out of jail in Salt Lake and had arrived in the area with a car he had stolen out of West Valley, which was recovered.
Two males were arrested in the Snyderville Basin, one of whom was charged with possession of heroin after an individual called dispatch to report that he was "robbed" during a mishandled drug deal. The other suspect, the driver, was cited for failing to have an alcohol ignition interlock device.
An individual called to report that a window had been broken at the entryway of a business. Video surveillance was not functioning and there were no suspects at the time of the report.
A juvenile male who ran away from his home in the Basin was later located at a friend's house in South Summit. An investigation is ongoing.
Officers responded to a report of a potential sexual assault of a female on Interstate 80 in North Summit. A detective began to assist with interviewing the other individuals present at the time.
A man who was found asleep in his vehicle on State Road 224 admitted to a deputy that he had been drinking earlier in the night.
A Basin woman reported that someone had entered her two unlocked vehicles and stolen several items from one. Another individual reported a vehicle burglary in which cash and other items were taken. Video surveillance of a third vehicle burglary case in which a rear window was broken out showed two males getting into a vehicle after stealing a backpack of clothing, although the license plate was unreadable.
A woman was transported to the hospital after an individual reported that she had attempted to commit suicide.
Deputies responded to a report of domestic violence in the Basin. After further investigation, a male and a female were arrested for possession of marijuana as was their roommate. The male and female were booked into jail.
The Park City Fire District requested assistance with an intoxicated female at a ski resort who claimed to have a leg and possible head injuries. She was transported to the hospital and was not cited for any criminal violation.
Employees at a hotel reported that two young children were found alone in a room and crying. When asked, the parents said they went out skiing and had expected the immediate arrival of a babysitter, who called to inform them she was not coming while they were out. No abuse or neglect of the children was evident and the parents were admonished.
A welfare check was conducted on a man who had recently been released from jail. He was found on a bus with the odor of alcohol on his breath and a search of his backpack yielded a bottle of whiskey and a bottle of prescription medication. He was arrested for intoxication and booked into jail.
A juvenile male called 911 after smoking marijuana, stating he thought he was dying. The two males who supplied him with the marijuana were later cited.